We offer many different offices and services that make it easier to adjust to — and succeed in — college at St. Edward’s.
More than just a tutoring resource, Academic Support Programs cultivates valuable study skills (such as critical thinking, problem solving and teamwork) that will be useful in school and at work. You can sign up for one-on-one peer tutoring or attend group sessions to study for exams or understand challenging concepts.
Campus Ministry, a caring community of religious and lay persons, serves the religious and spiritual needs of students at St. Edward's, whatever their faith may be. Sacraments, Mass and spiritual direction are open to all, as are many opportunities to take part in community service. Learn more about our faith and service.
Over the past few years, we’ve added new buildings with state-of-the-art classrooms that include computer work stations along with advanced audio/visual equipment. Wireless Internet access is available across the entire campus.
The Computer Help Desk is just an email or phone call away to assist students with a wide array of technological challenges — from troubleshooting an Internet connection to backing up important files. Need to brush up on the latest software? Our free computer training workshops will get you up to speed.
Start preparing for life after college early. 78% of students at St. Edward’s complete one or more internships before graduation. Career and Professional Development organizes workshops, job/internship fairs with more than 100 employers present, graduate and professional school fairs, and networking and recruiting events. Get help building or updating your résumé, and practice your interview skills. Our career preparation services provide you with practical insights, networking opportunities, and job-search skills and resources that get you ready to stand out in a competitive job market.
In case of illness or minor injury, or for basic check-ups, the Health & Counseling Center is located conveniently in the Residential Village at the heart of campus. The Health & Counseling Center also offers free counseling, as well as nutrition, health and wellness education. A number of wellness and outreach programs, including Hilltopper Peer Health Educators, help students cope with stress and empower students to lead healthy lifestyles.
St. Edward’s University welcomes a diverse student body and is committed to helping each individual excel. Student Disability Services offers support to students with medical, learning and psychiatric disabilities in a number of ways.
Dedicated to the safety of our students, faculty and staff, the University Police provide on-campus law enforcement and patrol the university campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
St. Edward’s University honors the service of our military veterans and works with the Veterans Administration to help you get the education you deserve. Our Veterans Affairs Office will walk you through your benefits and can answer any questions about eligibility, payments or tutoring. The university is a participant in the “Yellow Ribbon” program and funds are available on a first-come, first-served basis.